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    Early out walks

    Veterinary behaviorists  are "FOR"

    and tell you why

     

    The owner who is considering or has just acquired a puppy wishes to put all the chances on his side to ensure good health. In this area, the veterinarian is his best interlocutor.

     

    It is also crucial that the puppy becomes an pleasant adult, non-aggressive and able to adapt to family living conditions. For this the owner takes advice, sometimes before the acquisition, from the veterinarian who will follow his dog for several years.

     

    The veterinarian must be able to position himself and be able to give good advices for the animal welfare and its integration into society as early as possible.

     

     

     


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